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We landed in Rome this morning at 7:20am. A driver picked us up and on the way we saw the colesium! It was magnificent. Our hotel room is really nice. We saw the Trevi Fountain today! It us under construction so no water is flowing into it. Repairs will be complete next year. We took pictures of the beautiful statues on the Trevi Fountain. Then we went to the US bishop's office visitors center at Via Dell'Umilta, 30, which was only a couple ...
...made us miss our flight.
Nothing like a night in the airport, reading up on Robin Williams' demise and tending to Rachel's blistered feet.
Flew out early Wednesday morning instead.
After running around Termini in an attempt to find ...
... cabins, a supermarket, and a massive swimming pool. Which we all hit
after dinner to cool off, as Italy is hot and sticky! Great fun though, playing
pseudo pool volleyball for hours with music pumping and drinks flowing!
The next morning most of the tour group (besides a few heavy
heads) made the trek into Venice. One shuttle bus and one monorail and one hour
long walk later, we were standing in St Mark’s Square and I was in heaven. In
... for Italians who can drive. You may briefly visit but only to pass trucks.
Do not use your horn, you will only use it at inappropriate times and again look like a tourist. If you see an Autovelox sign, slow down to the speed limit or you will help the Italian economy. I don't know if there is any margin, but I do know the rental car company will mail you a notice that they are charging you $75 each ticket to tell you you have a ...
... was a particularly fun night that involved a lot of dancing and countless free shots from the bar tender, who seemed very happy to serve me. The night ended at about 4.30 when security told us off for being too loud.
Needless to say, our last day in Rome was rather difficult. We woke up at about 8.30 so we could get in to the Vatican museum and St. Peters Basilica before the crowds. This was my favourite thing to do in Rome. Once you enter the Vatican, the museum and ...